CNN Scribbling – Pre-Eatocracy food stories from my team

Here’s a collection of all the CNN Living stories my team did before we actually launched as Eatocracy.

6/3 – Where to eat in New York (Kat Kinsman & Sarah LeTrent)
5/27 – Attack of the snack is spreading (Sarah LeTrent)
5/26 – Starbucks plans to stir up coffee market (Sarah LeTrent)
5/25 – Gulf Coast chefs, fishermen fight tide of misinformation (Kat Kinsman & Sarah LeTrent)
5/20 – Regional flavors may be a click away (Kat Kinsman)
5/14 – Foie gras causes uproar (Sara Bonisteel)
5/13 – Tots at upper-echelon restaurants? (Sarah LeTrent)
5/13 – Lettuce lovers go E. coli-free with container gardens (Kat Kinsman)
5/12 – Chef Besh: Eat U.S. seafood — save a way of life (Kat Kinsman)
5/10 – Cooking dinner? There’s an app for that (Steven Stern)
5/10 – Yes, skeptics, Olive Garden does have a Tuscan culinary institute (Sarah LeTrent)
5/07 – Chefs rally to help Nashville after flood (Kat Kinsman)
5/07 – Restaurants assure customers lettuce is safe amid recall (Sarah LeTrent)
5/06 – Roger Ebert finds his voice and appetite online (Kat Kinsman)
5/04 – Chef Colicchio: Don’t fear fine dining (Kat Kinsman)
5/04 – ‘Treme’ recap: Barq’s root beer and a coffee-fueled Crescent City (Sara Bonisteel)
4/30 – Kentucky Derby chef bets on fresh fare (Kat Kinsman)
4/30 – Michael Alig cooks up a post-prison career (Kat Kinsman)
4/30 – Restaurants’ table turnover tricks boost business (Sarah LeTrent)
4/29 – Burger King takes a gamble on lunch (John DeVore)
4/28 – Activists call foul on KFC bucket campaign (Kat Kinsman)
4/28 – Toys banned in some California fast food restaurants (Sara Bonisteel)
4/27 – World’s 50 best restaurants list released (Kat Kinsman & Sarah LeTrent)
4/27 – Does stunt fare muddy restaurant brand? (Sarah LeTrent)
4/26 – It’s meatless Monday for some (Sarah LeTrent)
4/24 – At celebrity-named restaurants, fame is what’s cooking (Sara Bonisteel)
4/23 – Kim Severson’s pick of wisdom learned in the kitchen (Kat Kinsman)
4/22 – Bottled water faces backlash (Steven Stern)
4/22 – Eat, drink for less with online dining deals (Sarah LeTrent)
4/22 – What Jamie Oliver says you should have in your kitchen (Kat Kinsman)
4/22 – Top Chef Masters recap – episode 3 (John DeVore)
4/21 – Naughty nurses, ninjas bring your food (Sara Bonisteel)
4/20 – For troops, a happy meal is relative (John DeVore)
4/19 – Treme recap – Crystal Hot Sauce gets its due (Sara Bonisteel)
4/19 – Private Chefs of Beverly Hills host medieval murder mystery (Sarah LeTrent)
4/19 – Fast food treat is shrinking (Sara Bonisteel)
4/17 – Big burger boys burgle breakfast (John DeVore)
4/15 – Top Chef Masters recap – episode 2 (John DeVore)
4/14 – Ice cream cookie cups win Pillsbury Bake-Off (Kat Kinsman)
4/14 – Chili heads seek friendly fire from powerful pepper (Sara Bonisteel)
4/13 – Treme recap – New Orleans food (Sara Bonisteel)
4/12 – Inmates grow roots as jailhouse farmers (Sarah LeTrent)
4/10 – Private Chefs of Beverly Hills premiere recap (Sarah LeTrent)
4/8 – Top Chef Masters recap – episode 1 (John DeVore)
4/7 – Is fast food fat fare going too far? (Kat Kinsman)
4/7 – $13 coffee worth the brew-ha-ha? (John DeVore)
4/3 – Chef steps up to plate to fuel favorite team (Sarah LeTrent)
4/2 – Trade movie popcorn for yogurt? (Kat Kinsman)
4/2 – Pickles at the picture show (Steven Stern)
3/29 – “Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution” – Recap (Kat Kinsman)
3/26 – School lunch gets an upgrade (Hanna Raskin)
3/26 – Brand-placement marketing targets huge airline traveler audience (Sarah LeTrent)
3/26 – ‘P’ in P. Diddy gets a new meaning (Sarah LeTrent)
3/25 – Latest high-fructose corn syrup study generates buzz, debate (Hanna Raskin)
3/23 – National chains turning to free food on Tuesday (Sarah LeTrent)
3/23 – Cupcake passion more than a trend (Sara Bonisteel)
3/22 – The Oscars of the Food World (Kat Kinsman)
3/22 – A ‘dude’ explains why salad is ‘man food’ (John DeVore)
3/22 – Vegetarian activists try in-your-face tactics (Steven Stern)
3/19 – Did Jamie Oliver really shape up town? (Hanna Raskin)
3/18 – Shrek coming soon to a produce aisle near you (Sara Bonisteel)
3/17 – TV chefs whose shows burned to a crisp (Kat Kinsman)

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